we want to see that through. and i don't think any of us regret that decision. >> finally, brad, one note from you, i understand why it's hard to explain the behavior of the capital markets. nobody knows why stocks go up and down. but for the two of you guys, watching you guys come public at $20, now trade where you are. from your own perspective, with your own holdings, how has that felt? >> i look at my world and our world across the many things that are going on. eric mentioned interworkings, this is public on nasdaq. echo global logistics, public on nasdaq. groupon and over 50 other companies. so it doesn't feel good, obviously, when stocks go down. but i like to say that you've got to be very focused on building real value. and if you judge your mood every day by the stock market, you're going to have some pretty moody days. >> well said. brad, eric, thank you so much for being with us.